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[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 8 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 8 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Wallace Stevens's poem "Academic Discourse at Havana." Specific attention is given to French poets--Stephane Mallarme, Paul Valery, Andre Gide, and others--who influenced Stevens. (Continued from 80p105.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 214
[audio]Allen Ginsberg workshop, Jack Kerouac Conference. - Ginsberg, Allen
An Allen Ginsberg workshop featuring student poetry readings. There is also a discussion about style and ordinary mind. This workshop took place during the 1982 Jack Kerouac Conference at the Naropa Institute.
Keywords: New American Poetry; beat movement; Buddhism; spirituality and literature
Downloads: 2,431 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on vividness and close observation in writing - Part 2 - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of a class with Allen Ginsberg discussing vividness and close observation in writing, particularly the writers who do it, including Walt Whitman, haiku, Jack Kerouac, Charles Reznikoff, Imagists and William Carlos Williams. Ends with Ginsberg reading a poem that was a partial model for "Howl."(Continued from 86p306A.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; beat movement; Buddhism; consciousness and literature
Downloads: 1,180 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on American vision - Part 2 - Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of a class with Allen Ginsberg discussing the convergence of Walt Whitman and William Blake, negative capability, meditation and clear seeing. Click for first half of Ginsberg's class.
Keywords: New American Poetry; beat movement; Buddhism; spirituality and literature
Downloads: 3,925 3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars3.50 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on vividness and close observation in writing - Part 1 - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of a class with Allen Ginsberg discussing vividness and close observation in writing, particularly the writers who do it, including Walt Whitman, haiku, Jack Kerouac, Reznikoff, Imagists and William Carlos Williams. Ends with Ginsberg reading a poem that was a partial model for "Howl."(Continues on 86p306B.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; beat movement; Buddhism; consciousness and literature
Downloads: 5,513 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 13 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 12 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen focuses on the similarities between the three poets discussed in the course: Wallace Stevens, Hart Crane, and Lew Welch and also discusses a variety of other topics. (Continued from 80p114.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 250
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 13 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of Class 12 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen focuses on the similarities between the three poets discussed in the course: Wallace Stevens, Hart Crane, and Lew Welch and also discusses a variety of other topics. (Continues on 80p115.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 203
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 7 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of Class 7 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Hart Crane's poem "For the Marriage of Faustus and Helen." (Continues on 80p104.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 147
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 5 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 5 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Lew Welch's poem "Wobbly Rock" with specific reference to letters to and from Welch and a lecture by Welch in "How I Work as a Poet." (Continued from 80p098.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 178
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 2 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 2 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Wallace Stevens' short poems and the merits and shortcomings of literary biographies, focusing on Hart Crane, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Emily Dickinson, and Jack Kerouac. (Continued from 80p094.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 377
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 8 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of Class 8 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Wallace Stevens's poem "Academic Discourse at Havana." Specific attention is given to French poets--Stephane Mallarme, Paul Valery, Andre Gide, and others--who influenced Stevens. (Continues on 80p106.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 212
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 10 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of Class 10 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Hart Crane's poem "The Bridge", continuing the discussion from the previous meeting of the class and focusing on the literary and historical context of the poem. He also looks at the work of Lew Welch. (Continues on 80p110.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 226
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 1 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 1 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen continues his exploration of Wallace Stevens' life and work, focusing on Stevens' interaction with nature, and the unique qualities of nature. (Continued from 80p094.) Class 2 begins. (see 80p095.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 289
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 9 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of Class 9 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Hart Crane's life during the period in which "The Bridge" was composed, with an emphasis on the literary climate of the time. (Continues on 80p108.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 222
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 7 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 7 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Hart Crane's poem "For the Marriage of Faustus and Helen." (Continued from 80p103.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 203
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 10 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 10 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Hart Crane's poem "The Bridge", continuing the discussion from the previous meeting of the class and focusing on the literary and historical context of the poem. He also looks at the work of Lew Welch. (Continued from 80p109.) Class 11 begins...
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 229
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 12 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of Class 12 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Hart Crane's poem "The Broken Tower" and Lew Welch's "The Song Mount Tamalpais Sings", as well as Welch's prose and other topics. (Continues on 80p113.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 140
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 1 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of class 1 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses the American language as a system distinct from English. He focuses on poems of Wallace Stevens, particularly "The Bed of Old John Zoeller" and also discusses H.L. Mencken, Lew Welch, and his own family history. (Continues on 80p094.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 432
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 3 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 3 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen first discusses a poem by Lew Welch, his methods, and the intricacies of lichen. Much of the remaining portion of the lecture is devoted to Hart Crane's "A Pastoral." Whalen also touches on the work of Alan Watts, T. S. Eliot, William Blake, Robert Graves, and Virginia Woolf...
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 328
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 4 - Whalen, Philip
Class 4 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Wallace Stevens' poem "Sunday Morning," other Stevens poems, and the work of other authors including Dante Gabriel Rosetti, John Milton, Shakespeare, and Hart Crane.
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 506
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 12 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 12 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Hart Crane's poem "The Broken Tower" and Lew Welch's "The Song Mount Tamalpais Sings", as well as Welch's prose and other topics. (Continued from 80p112.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 196
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 11 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 11 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen focuses on two later poems from Wallace Stevens, "To an Old Philosopher in Rome" and "The Rock", with digressions on Santayana and other Stevens poems. (Contineued from 80p110.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 221
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 9 - Part 2 - Whalen, Philip
Second half of Class 9 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Hart Crane's life during the period in which "The Bridge" was composed, with an emphasis on the literary climate of the time. (Continued from 80p107.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 260
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 5 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of Class 5 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen discusses Lew Welch's poem "Wobbly Rock" with specific reference to letters to and from Welch and a lecture by Welch in "How I Work as a Poet." (Continues on 80p099.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 291
[audio]In the pressure tank, Class 3 - Part 1 - Whalen, Philip
First half of Class 3 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen first discusses a poem by Lew Welch, his methods, and the intricacies of lichen. Much of the remaining portion of the lecture is devoted to Hart Crane's "A Pastoral." Whalen also touches on the work of Alan Watts, T. S. Eliot, William Blake, Robert Graves, and Virginia Woolf...
Keywords: New American Poetry; West Coast poetry; Buddhism; symbolism; American Modernist poetry
Downloads: 422
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on William Carlos Williams and prosody - Part 1 - Ginsberg, Allen
First half of a class by Allen Ginsberg on William Carlos Williams and prosody. Included are discussions on Williams's poems: "Thursday," "To Elsie," "Horned Purple," and "The Term." This class also covers the importance of Williams to Robert Creeley and Williams's translations from Chinese. (Continues on 76p051, currently not available.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; Black Mountain School; beat movement; Buddhism; consciousness and literature; objectivism
Downloads: 1,806 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]A performance by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, and Steven Taylor - Ginsberg, Allen; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Taylor, Steven; Waldman, Anne
A performance by Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, and Steven Taylor. The recording includes: Ginsberg accompanied by Taylor performing "1948: A Western Ballad," Hawkins's "Middle-Aged Woman Stardust Rap," and Waldman accompanied by Taylor performing "Contra Chant." Also included is an untitled song performed by Taylor.
Keywords: New American Poetry; Beat Movement; political poetry; Buddhism; performance poetry; Naropa performance
Downloads: 6,734 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(2 reviews)
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class on spontaneous poetics - Part 1 - Ginsberg, Allen; Whalen, Philip
First half of a class by Allen Ginsberg on "Spontaneous Poetics." Discussion includes meditation and poetry with William Carlos Williams's "Thursday" as an example. Ginsberg discusses Indian poetry, Paris and Henri Micheaux, William Blake's "Tierza," Gertrude Stein, and political disillusionment. (Continues on 76p076.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; New York School; West Coast poetry; spiritualism and literature; beat movement; political poetry; protest poetry; Buddhism
Downloads: 1,278 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Allen Ginsberg class. - Ginsberg, Allen; Whalen, Philip
Allen Ginsberg discusses politics, attitude, anxiety, aggression, and nonviolent action. Ginsberg discusses Rainer Maria Rilke with Philip Whalen, reads an improvised poem, asks a student to do the same, then discusses the process. The tape ends with some talk about Naropa's money problems.
Keywords: New American Poetry; New York School; West Coast poetry; spiritualism and literature; beat movement; political poetry; protest poetry; Buddhism
Downloads: 3,517 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
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